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“Strengths and Weaknesses” at Interviews…

  1. Lady_E profile image75
    Lady_Eposted 8 years ago

    “Strengths and Weaknesses” at Interviews…

    Is it really a good idea to state your weaknesses when asked during an Interview.  Shouldn’t one just dwell on the Strengths?

  2. ianbrad55 profile image56
    ianbrad55posted 8 years ago

    The best way to get around this question and turn it into a strength is to say that perhaps your weakness is being a bit of a perfectionist. This shows that you are dedicated and that you are committed to producing quality work.

  3. Jeffrey Neal profile image84
    Jeffrey Nealposted 8 years ago

    Chances are you are looking for some frequently asked interview questions and answers for them. You are off to a good start and ahead of a large percentage of interviewees out there because you are trying to prepare for your interview...help you prepare for your interview with these frequently asked interview questions. read more

  4. K9keystrokes profile image93
    K9keystrokesposted 7 years ago

    It would seem that this is a double ended question when coming from the interviewer. I have conducted many interviews and hired many wonderful people. The best response to the "what are your strengths and weaknesses" question would have to be that your strength is also your weakness. Cliche' as it may seem, it is actually true. In most instances, what makes a person the strongest is usually what can also make them the weakest.

    i.e.; communication is both my strength and my weakness. I can have very high quality interactions with many different poeple in a very professional manner. I am able to extract the bits and peices that are useful and I am able to add to most topics brought to the table.
    However, communication is also my weakness in that when the conversation turns intimate and I am to share my information, I may well find myself mute.
    Above all things when in an interview, never lie. Always do the right thing and the outcome will turn out as it will.

    Bset of luck,
    K9

 
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